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and about this weekend. and they're hopeful new legislation will keep them safe on the roads. local 5 news at 10 starts in 30 seconds. "you're watching local
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acbree: weather adlib: most of the snow that fell today, fell in northern iowa. snowfall reports from that area range from 1-2.5". the complex responsible for that snow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the cloud cover. those clouds will remain overnight tonight while the winds will continue to be light from the north. lows will generally be in the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. nikki also coming up on local five news at 10... an overnight shooting in michigan leaves six dead and others wounded. the details about a man with no apparent criminal history committing these violent acts. nikki then, cyclists in central iowa are hopeful that new legislation could keep them and drivers safer. how they're looking to share the road. nikki plus, a bittersweet reason why one iowa community wants to help check a lot of places off a teen's travel bucket list. meet alexis in
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" local 5 news at 10 in hd starts now. we are iowa" nikki/lam: good evening. welcome to local 5 news, i'm nikki davidson. glad you're with us tonight. if you're a bicyclist, this weekend was a good time to shake off the rust and hit the roadways. and after some progress during funnel week, a bill dedicated to bike safety is closer to becoming reality. nikki: the bill would require drivers to change lanes in order to safely pass a bike. the driver wouldn't be allowed to return to the right side of the road until safely passing the cyclist. the idea is to prevent accidents and injuries on the roads. nikki: local 5's jacob peklo joins us now with more in tonight's big story. jacob/bam nikki, according to the insurance institute for highway safety, it's a bit of a dangerous time to be a cyclist. nationally, around 2 percent of all deadly crashes involve bikes every year. and it's why bikers in iowa are hoping this proposal gains enough traction to become a law. natural sound of bike rustling
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renewal inside this bike show, as the signs of winter slowly melt away. forrest ridgeway, bike world owner: "we have a real lull in the winter time and we have a huge peak in the spring and summer time." natural sound: "just go on up and there and loop around." jeri gates is picking out a new bicycle for spring, but like most people at this sale, had to drive here. jeri gates, west des moines resident: "i'm hoping to spend more time on the trails." gates says she's aware of the rules currently in place for drivers and bicyclists, but says stronger laws... and penalties...could make a big difference. she understands drivers can also be a bit uneasy around bicyclists. jeri gates, west des moines resident: "in general, the drivers do respect that, but as a biker i feel that i would feel safer knowing there would be more laws in place." forrest ridgeway, bike world owner: "i would suggest that everybody who rides a lot of miles on the roads has been buzzed more than once." but thanks to some efforts in the iowa legislature, those days of getting nearly clipped by a car could be minimized. the latest proposal would require drivers to give bicyclists a full lane of clearance, in order to pass them. natural sound of car passing jeri gates, west des moines resident: "i can be intimidating having a car really close to you, especially if
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definitely put my mind at ease, having that greater space." julie curry says she usually sticks to the trails while out riding, but says it would give her a lot more confidence if the new law was put in place. julie curry, des moines resident: "i would be relieved, i have a great fear of getting hit by a car." and while nothing replaces self- awareness, the addition of an improved law would be a good start for drivers and cyclists alike. patrick wilson, des moines resident: "you have to be concerned about people coming up from behind you. you see a lot of road rage, and it's concerning because 'bike versus car', bike is going to lose." jacob/bam 37 other states currently have similar laws on the books. currently the fine for improperly passing a cyclist is a fine of $250 dollars. live in the studio, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa. nikki: that bill survived funnel week and will be debated by the senate. stay with local 5 for the latest on this and all statehouse matters. nikki: turning to national headlines, six killed in what police are calling a
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nikki: 45 year old jason dalton was arrested after an overnight shooting spree. police say he opened fire at three different locations across kalamazoo michigan. the first - a parking lot where a woman walking to her car was shot several times. the second - a few hours later at a car dealership, a father and son killed. the third - outside a cracker barrel restaurant, the suspect taking the lives of four, including a retired teacher--a 14- year-old girl was left in critical condition. " sot - jeffrey getting: kalamazoo county prosecutor you don't ever expect anything like this to ever happen anywhere yet along in kalamazoo, this is just the most awful thing ever." nikki: dalton was an uber driver. the company says he passed a background check and police say he has no criminal history. he's expected in court as early as tomorrow. nikki: a nearly four year old case finally enters the courtroom tomorrow morning, nikki: jury selection beings tomorrow morning in the long awaited fazzino trial. alexander fazzino is charged with his
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in boone. prosecutors say he hit and killed emily fazzino in the family's bath tub. the trial was delayed five times since then. local 5 will be in weinishiek county later this week to cover the trial. stay with us for the latest developments. nikki: taking a look around iowa, two other cases headed to the courtroom tomorrow morning. nikki: first, in newton, a man is being tried for attemted murder of three people last october. police say that john britton intentionally hit a man with his car, then repeatedly hit a month old child and a 50-year old woman. britton told officers that his intention was to kill all three victims. he has a plea hearing in newton tomorrow morning. nikki: to ottumwa now, where two men arrested for a ten year old crime are expected in first time tomorrow morning. christopher zachary dye and charged of felony murder. police say the two men intentionally started a house
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of 2006. nathan messer and seth anderson, both from ottumwa, died of smoke inhilation. originially the cause of the fire was undetermined. police reopened the case in january after learning new information and now officials say they can bring the families closure. "" just goes to show when people think they get away with murder, we're always there and look at things" nikki: according to iowa courts online, both are expected to plead not guilty. their arraignment is set for tomorrow morning at the wapello county courthouse. nikki: candidates are on the trail this sunday - just hours after nevada and south carolina voters made their picks for president. trump took the south carolina primary while clinton came out on top in the this week, the fields switch. the republican on tuesday and
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primary is next saturday. nikki: but there's already a new controversy on the trail. donald trump getting some heat for a message he retweeted, suggetsing that ted cruz and marco rubio are both ineligible to be president. " (abc this week) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential campaign "i have 14 million people between twitter and facebook and instagram and i retweet things and we start dialogue."" "this is a pattern. this is a game he plays." nikki: rubio rebuttled with a jab at trump's foriegn policy. saying it's not enough to surround yourself with he took second carolina yesterday. nikki: stay with local 5 for the latest results from carolina and nevada this week. nikki: coming up on local 5 news at an iowa teen world, but she has a limited window left to make it happen. 4:04:20 we're trying to get the most important things done now. nikki: we'll show you why her sightseeing bucket list is different than any other. and how the community is coming to gether to make
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week's iowans to know. james: and i'll have your forecast ahead "monday on good morning iowa he may be leading the polls... but not all voters are fond of the idea of a trump presidency.. and for those fearing it might happen, a canadian island plus... a look at your forecast ((:04 wx ad-lib)) that's monday on the all-new good morning iowa! "now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast certified by weatherrate the
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experts" james/wx wall weather adlib: most of the snow that fell today, fell in northern iowa. snowfall reports from that area range from 1-2.5". the complex responsible for that snow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the cloud cover. those clouds will remain overnight tonight
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continue to be light from the north. lows will generally be in the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. monday morning begins with those clouds still overhead, but it will be dry. those clouds will thin out as the day moves along, so there will be some sun to brighten your post-weekend slump! highs across the north tomorrow will be in the 30s, while central and southern iowa will reach the 40s once again. this mostly quiet weather pattern will continue through the work week with temps in the 30s and 40s. there are a few small precip chances for tuesday, especially in northern iowa, and again on thursday the complex responsible for that snow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the
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overnight tonight while the winds will continue to be light from the north. lows will generally be in the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. monday morning begins with those clouds still overhead, but it will be dry. those clouds will thin out as the day moves along, so there will be some sun to brighten your post-weekend slump! highs across the north tomorrow will be in the 30s, while central and southern iowa will reach the 40s once again. this mostly quiet weather pattern will continue through the work week with temps in the 30s and 40s. there are a few small
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northern iowa, and again on thursday the complex responsible for that snow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the cloud cover. those clouds will remain overnight tonight while the winds will continue to be light from the north. lows will generally be in the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. monday morning begins with those clouds still overhead, but it will be dry. those clouds will thin out as the day moves along, so there will be some sun to brighten your post-weekend slump! highs across the north tomorrow will be in the 30s, while central and southern iowa will reach the 40s once again. this mostly quiet weather pattern will continue through the work week with temps in the 30s and 40s. there are a few small precip chances for tuesday, especially in northern iowa, and again on thursday nikki: coming up on
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ten--local wrestlers made plays of the else is joining them later in sports. an iowa teen the world. a medical stop her from achieving that how family and the community help in this know next....
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and spring where a lot of us... just want to go on vacation. that's especially true for one fourteen year old girl in manson... and theres a bittersweet reason her community wants to help check a lot of places off her travel bucketlist... thats why she's tonight's iowan to know -- take a look. (hotel looks cool) when alexis meyer's family plans their yearly summer trip... they go all in. (think you can hike up there) we're talking hours around the computer screen... scheduling every day carefully so they can see the most... (snaps) disney world... (snaps) san diego... (snaps) the grand canyon.... those are crossed off the list... a sightseeing bucket list... that's different than any other. 4:04:20 we're trying to get the most important things done now. despite all these vacations..... most of the traveling 14 year old alexis has done... is to places like this (snaps) to hospitals, and doctors offices. she's got a rare condition.... 4:08:27 after years of testing, doctors and travel and until we finally have answers.
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younger she lost nearly 60 percent of her hearing...and had to get cocoulear implants... now shes facing another crippling battle... significant vision loss. 3:55:41 doctors say between 16-18 she'll be considered legally blind. alexis is dealing with the diagnosis... by making a list. 3:41:15 i'm trying to go to places before i can't see anymore. and at the top? paris...germany...irelan d. 3:45:20 it"s just kind of fun to go places. her parents hope to make her dreams come true, but a trip like that... 4:01:06 we're trying to figure out whats feasible, for a family easiest to pick up and and alexis isn't the type to wait for a gotten busy. baking... and stringing into action...creating jewerly... dog toys and (bead tray) with her condition it's not always easy, her careful art requires the use of all of her
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4:11:26 her senses are not where they are supposed to be... (plastic) 4:12:11 we're trying to get her to do things everyday to keep her moving and active. but so far... with the communities help... shes raised more than four thousand dollars... an amount this family says is all thanks to small town iowa. 4:06:50 we're thankful for the family and friends they are the suppport... thats why we live where we live. nikki/bam: the community has also started organizing a benefit for alexis. the group it gets better fort dodge and beyond will be holding a spagetti supper march 13 from 11-2 at the manson common areas. they're hoping to raise enough money to send alexis to paris. nikki: know someone who should be our next iowans to know? email us at: news at we are iowa dot com. or call us in the newsroom: 1- 800-858-5555. we're on facebook "we are iowa local 5 news" and twitter "we are iowa 5 news" nikki
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for top 5 plays tonight... jordan: i don't wanna give it away, but we've got a heavy dose of wrestling in the countdown up next we unveil the latest top 5 plays of the week. we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10.
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jordan: i've said it once and i'll say it again. top 5 plays is like pizza. when it maybe isn't the best you've ever seen or had, it's still pizza and pretty darn good or in our case, top plays! let's check out our top 5 plays of the week all made by local athletes. play number five...comes from the ames- roosevelt game. now on first glance this may not look that impressive and heck maybe even looks like nehemiah chandler traveled. but slow it down, and this kid has springs on his feet, cutting through the lane and in for the bucket! rough riders
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the hottest teams in 4a heading into the postseason! play number four ...well there's no way to sugar coat it sometimes there's some awkward positions in wrestling. case in point, chase shiltz pin on eli saemisch of perry. for risk of fcc fine, i'm gonna keep my mouth shut on this one and just say. way to go chase! this pin was win #1 of his march toward a state title at 170 pounds! but i will say, that in your face move definitely got the job done! play number three ..what would top 5 be lately without douglas wilson! at hoover's game versus dowling, nate lee makes the sick pass to mr. wilson who flushes it home! the huskies earned the top spot in the latest 4a rankings, and even though they lost this game to the maroons, circle them as one of your teams to watch to make it to the well. play number two, one of the many stories of persistance at state wrestling.
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cochran ranked 2nd, went two and out at last year's state meet! this year, he was on a mission, winning a close match to get to the finals. and then in the championship grabs the 14-11 decision earning his and his school's first state title. but an even bigger redemption, it comes 25 years after his dad and assistant head coach finished 2nd at state congratulations briar on a well deserved win! finally play number one. comes from the start of state wrestling at wednesday's team duals! heading into the final match. se polk led it 26- 25 looking to make it back to back titles. but valley's joel shapiro comes up with the walk- off pin of gunner jorgenson! tigers get the win and the state dual title! 31 to 26 the final. joel shapiro doesn't have a wrestling number, but the tigers finished number one. so they were number 1 in your programs, number one in our hearts!
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the week! nikki: still to come on local 5 news at 10, a disproportionat e number of children of color in the foster care system, what iowa agencies are doing to help fix this problem. nikki: and...kids helping flint residents recycle the growing number of bottled water, plus the latest on the water crisis there. nikki: then...a major employer says they wont build there headquarters in iowa, but that doesn't mean that we'll be losing jobs. the details in this week's farm to family. you're watching local five news at 10. "your watching local 5
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nikki: people across the state of iowa are working on solving an ongoing issue. there's a disproportionat e number of children of color in the foster care
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now a number of people are working on solving this issue, including d-h-s, iowa kids net, juvenile court services and of course -- foster parents. local 5's jill kasparie reports. monique clark's home is typically filled with kids. she's a proud parent and foster parent. she's taken care of about thirty foster children since her early 20s. currently, she has three of her own children, one adopted child and two foster children. her love for all of her kids is why she's taking center stage to help find a solution to the disproportionate number of black children in the foster care system. she's one of many
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this community panel discussion is part of that effort. kai mcgee with iowa kids net says there are a lot theories behind why kids of color are more present in the child welfare system. she just wants people to do more to make a difference. nikki: iowa kids net says the uneven minority
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improve from 2014 to 2015. and they want to keep that forward. nikki: last week, hy-vee and isu basketball player monte morris teamed up to send 11 semis full of water to flint michigan. six of those trucks hauled gallons of water, the other five carried bottled water. nikki: it's all to help out with the effecting the there's high levels of lead in their water supply. today, the boys and girls club of greater flint accepted empty water bottles, while providing information to residents about recycling them. "so today we have 100 volunteers out who are doing a one stop shop for flint residents. so they drive through, they get a recycling bag with some recycling information and how they can dispose of all the water bottles that they are getting. they can also sign up for curb side recycling from the state and we'll make sure that they actually get curb side recycling." nikki: michigan's governor and flint's mayor both have plans to fix the crisis. they differ on when it will be
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needs to be spent. nikki: meanwhile, a texas city is dealing with a water problem of their own. the water in crystal city, texas is no longer crystal clear. dark-colored water has been flowing from city taps over the past few days. city officials say the color is coming from sediment that leaking into distribution lines during a recent cleaning of the area's water tower. apparently the tower hadn't been cleaned in decades. a boil order is in place. no word on when the water might return to normal. nikki: and in india, it's not a matter of clean water, it's a matter of clean air. in mumbai, thick yellow-gray smoke hangs over the city. that's because one of the largets garbage dumps in asia caught fire. the smoke is so dense that it could be seen from space. each day the dump collects nearly four thousand pounds of waste. nikki: pope francis making headlines again this week. today he's calling for an end to the death penalty. he proposed that catholic leaders suspend the practice for a year to mark
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the year of mercy began on december 8th, it will continue through november. the pope underlined the possiblitiy of redemption for offenders and hope for criminal justice open to hope of reintegration into society. nikki/ots: to the pacific islands of fiji now where a deadly cyclone just passed through. cyclone winston killed at least 10 people this weekend. now the country is cleaning up the mess left behind. government workers are back to work tomorrow and the international airport is open, but, as a precaution .. all schools will be shut down this week. the prime minister has also declared a state of emergency for the next 30 days. nikki: (adlibs about storm video with bree) bree: much nicer and calmer weather here in iowa this week, even though parts of the state got some snow overnight. most of the snow that fell today, fell in northern iowa. snowfall reports from that area range
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snow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the cloud cover. those clouds will remain overnight tonight while the winds will continue to be light from the north. lows will generally be in the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. nikki: some disapointing some disapointing
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disapointing news for johnston... earlier this week, we learned that the city was not chosen as a headquarters location for the merging dow and dupont pioneer. it's a major employer in the metro, so what will that mean for jobs in the area? well those jobs are headed to wilmington, deleware, but some good news for johnston, they were picked for the "global business center" for seed research instead. following the announcement, the iowa economic development authority and the city of johnston awarded dupont 17 million dollars in state incentives--- all to make sure jobs stay secure through the merger. local 5's claire powell has more in this week's farm to family. after months of fighting for dow- duponts headquarter spot-- the city of johnston will have to settle for being a "global business center" instead. once the 130 billion dollar merger between dow and dupont is finalized- the company will subsequently split into three separate entities. "ii think they immediately thought we can walk away. this
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this, i thnk that really influenced their decision " please make graphic with statement in a statement, dupont pioneer president paul schickler said ""this is setting us up to deliver more innovation and choice for farmers. personally, i am proud of what we have accomplished and am looking forward to the future." friday afternoon, the iowa economic development authority awarded 16 million dollars in incentives- two million of that to retain 500 research and development jobs. the city of johnston also approved a one million dollar matched incentive - in total giving 17 million to the company. "when you go through a merger situation, where things end up at the end of the day? i think we ende dup in a good place for the community and state" dupont pioneer's current employment is at 26-hundred and more layoffs are expected as the merger continues. but in the end, both johnston's city council and mayor believe the global center will be a positive for iowa's ag development. ""i think the fact that we have a really positive tax incentive system, good tax credit at state level, promotes nad encourages companies to put jobs here in
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jobs in short term. but over long term we believe they'll do research activities here in johnston, employment numbers will go back up again, possibly higher than what we have currently" nikki/lam: there are mixed reviews on this dowdupont announcement amoung iowa lawmakers. senator joni ernst said shes disappointed, thinking of the families who have faced and will face layoffs. while governor brandstad said he's proud the company is chosing to keep johnston as a world class biosciences company and global center. the dow-dupont merger is expected to be finalized sometime after june of this year. nikki: still to come on the weekend buzz. disney celebrating big for their theme park's diamond anniversary. tons of stars come out to celebrate. we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10. nikki: welcome back, in the weekend
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disneyland is celebrating its 60-th anniversary this year. "twinkling lights they're so bright, it's a very special night." nikki: we aired a special tonight celebrating the 60th birthday today. celebrities galore paid tribute to one of the ultimate dreamers--walt disney. if you had to choose your favorite thing about disney...what
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jordan: in minnesota, a different kind of spectacle gathered people together. major league hockey, outside. the minnesota wild and the chicago blackhawks squared off in an outdoor rink inside the minnesota vikings stadium in minneapolis. here in the metor iowa wild fans gathered to watch. we're season ticket holders for the iowa wild and this is our spot before all of those games we
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down here and watch the stadium series game with the minnesota wild. anytime you see a blackhawks loss and minnesota win in the same game it's a no brainer. (all react to how cool the outdoor game was) bree: alright, and last up, there's a math problem dividing the internet. what you need to do is find a value for each fruit and then use that information to solve the last question. here
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three apples add up to 30, that means each is worth 10. then-- take ten away from 18 and divide by two to find that the bunches of bannanas equal four. finally, if one bananas minus coconuts eqauls two--that mean the coconuts do too. so now we solve for the final problem. two plus ten plus four equals 16. but if you look closely, there's only one coconut, and three bananas. you could interpret this to mean that instead you're adding one plus ten plus three to get 14. so which one is correct? bree:
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate
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experts" james weather adlib:most of the snow that fell
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iowa. snowfall reports from that area range from 1-2.5". the complex responsible for that snow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the cloud cover. those clouds will remain overnight tonight while the winds will continue to be light from the north. lows will generally be in the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. monday morning begins with those clouds still overhead, but it will be dry. those clouds will thin out as the day moves along, so there will be some sun to brighten your post-weekend slump! highs across the north tomorrow will be in the 30s, while central and southern iowa will reach the 40s once again. this mostly quiet weather pattern will continue through the work week with temps in the 30s and 40s. there are a few small precip chances for
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northern iowa, and again on thursday nikki: the complex responsible for that snow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the cloud cover. those clouds will remain overnight tonight while the winds will continue to be light from the north. lows will generally be in the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. monday morning begins with those clouds still overhead, but it will be dry. those clouds will thin out as the day moves along, so there will be some sun to brighten your
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north tomorrow will be in the 30s, while central and southern iowa will reach the 40s once again. this mostly quiet weather pattern will continue through the work week with temps in the 30s and 40s. there are a few small precip chances for tuesday, especially in northern iowa, and again on thursday nikki: the complex responsible for that snow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the cloud cover. those clouds will remain overnight tonight while the winds will continue to be light from the north. lows will generally be in the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. monday morning begins with those clouds still overhead, but it will be dry. those clouds will thin out as the day moves along, so there will be some sun to brighten your post-weekend slump! highs across the north tomorrow will be in the 30s, while central and southern iowa will reach the 40s once again. this mostly quiet weather pattern will continue through the
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precip chances for tuesday, especially in northern iowa, and again on thursday nikki: jameel mckay still in the dog house apparently... jordan very confusing, he's suspended two games. plays one. then doesn't play last night... we'll hear from steve prohm on the whole situation. you're watching local five news at 10. " now, local 5 sports
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jordan: iowa state picked up a much needed win saturday night, 92-83 over tcu. three cyclones scored in double figures including deonte burton who notched his first career double double with a career high 23 points and career high 14 rebounds. but the biggest story of the night had to do with who didn't play jameel mckay was suited up, but sat out the entire game versus tcu. when asked why, head coach steve prohm said it wasn't a suspension...but wouldn't dive into any more specifics. "a coach's decision and that's it no more than that. it was my decision and there's really not much more to it. ya he was available to play if i wanted to put
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other night at baylor. it's my decision on what i want to do and that's it, it's no more and no less. obviously we need jameel to be great, everybody in this room knows it, our team knows it and he'll be ready to go and our team will be ready to go and it's going to take a tremendous effort to win at west virignia and we know that." prohm said he does expect mckay to play tomorrow when the cyclones head to morgantown west virginia for big monday versus the 10th ranked mountaineers. game is set for 8 pm on espn. jordan: switching to hockey, i don't know what john torchetti said when he arrived in minnesota, but it worked! the wild have won 3 straight all on the road, all scoring 5 goals! today they returned home, kind of. wild playing outside at tcf bank stadium against the blackhawks. they scored early and often! 1st period... former iowa wild defenseman matt dumba find the net. it's 1-0 wild. later on, thomas vaneck with the
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ahead to the 2nd. the tic tac toe passing leads to nino niederreiter finding the twine, 3-0 wild. then niederreiter cetners it to jason pominville. 4-0! and they weren't done! 3rd period. now 5-1. erik haula gets mugged by patrick kane. refs give him the empty net goal! holla!!! wild roll past the defending champs, 6-1 the final! minnesota now 4-0 under john torchetti final round of the northern trust open out in cali. former #1 current #3 rory mcilroy makes the eagle on 1 to go to -12 under and in a tie for the lead. but he'd card 7 bogeys en route to a 75 and tied for 20th. shot of the day comes from ryan moore. par 3 16th. see the ball danny, be the ball! the ace moves him to 10-under. he'd finish 10th and was buying drinks! to the leaders. adam scott just off the green on 18, chips it in for birdie to move to 14-under and tied
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but bubba watson, would roll in this short birdie to move to 15 under and take the outright lead. ahead to 18, jason kokrak with a chance to tie but his biride putt just burns the edge. so watson just needs par. and he taps it, taking the championship and a nice 1.2 million dollar check! finally the super bowl of stock car racing! the daytona 500. the rookie, chase elliot, now the driver of the #24 car, is the youngest pole sitter in history of the race. but on lap 19, the rook gets loose and goes sliding. he'd avoid the wall, but tore up his ride pretty good en route to a 37th place finish. final lap now. matt kenseth with the lead but here comes denny hamlin. kenseth tries to block him, but hamlin dives underneath. so now it's a two man race between hamlin and martin truex junior. and look at this finish! hamlin wins by 11-one thousandths of a second. an estimated 4 inches!! it's the closest finish race
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first daytona 500 victory! jordan: (wraps sports) nikki: we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10. weather adlib: most of the snow that fell today, fell in northern iowa. snowfall
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arsnow is moving east out of the state, leaving behind the cloud cover. those clouds will remain overnight tonight from the north. lows the 20s, although far southern iowa could see some 30s. monday morning begins with those clouds still overhead, but it will be dry. those clouds will thin out as the day moves along, post-weekend slump! north tomorrow will central and southern iowa will reach the 40s once again. this mostly quiet weather pattern will continue through the there are a few small precip chances for tuesday, especially in again on thursday nikki watching abc five news at 10...
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